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Ranga XI in easy Don Miguel win
Ryan Griffith’s incredible bowling performance led the Ranga XI to an easy six-wicket win on May 21 over Game Over in the Premier Division as action continued in the Don Miguel Ministry of Sport/Lucozade Sport Night Windball 12-over cricket competition.
Griffith ended the match with figures of three overs, three maidens, no runs and four wickets. Griffith was supported by Dilip Ramlogan, who also grabbed four wickets (4/7). Peter Mahase top-scored with 11 as Game Over were bundled out for 33. The Ranga XI got to their target fairly easy, only Aleem Ali giving them some trouble, taking 2/6 in three.
In a Women’s Division encounter on May 22, national player Britney Cooper starred with both bat and ball to lead Ball Players to a seven-wicket win over Combine Forces. Bowling first, Cooper took 2/8 with her fast-meidum to help restrict Combine Forces to 63/8. Cooper was assisted by Unica Roseman, who also grabbed two wickets (2/12). Tricia Marquis offered some resistance, making 17.
Combine Forces 63/8 (Tricia Marquis 17, Britney Cooper 2/8, Unica Roseman 2/12) vs Ball Players United 64/3 (Jovankha Simon 24, Britney Cooper 26 n.o., Alicia Marquis 2/13) Ball Players Utd won by 7 wickets
Ranga XI (B) 27 (10.2 overs) (Rakash Harrynanan 2/2, Rick Cassie 2/7, Vikash Harrynanan 4/4) vs Dark Horse 30/1 (8.3 overs) (Mahase Sooknanan 8 n.o., Ryan Cassie 7 n.o.) Dark Horse won by 9 wickets
Game Over 33 (Peter Mahase 11, Dilip Ramlogan 4/7, Ryan Griffith 4/0) vs Ranga XI 34/4 (Aleem Ali 2/6) Ranga XI won by 6 wickets
Aranguez Sports Club 84/5 (12 overs) (Rohan Parsan 34, Kadeem Williams 10, Mitch Mootiram 4/18) vs Knight Rangers 84/8 (12 overs) (Johnathan Singh 20, Ravendra Singh 30 n.o., Faisal Mohammed 3/16) Aranguez won by losing fewer wickets
Aranguez 59/6 (Safraz Lalloo 22, Donnie Goberdhan 10, Mitch Mootiram 4/18) vs Associates 60/1 (Shane Sookdeo 23 n.o., Cyrus Balroop 12 n.o.) Associates won by 9 wickets
Pole 9 – 57/9 (Richard Ali 27 n.o., Ryan Valentine 2/12) vs MayTech Anthrax 58/3 (Mitra Ramkissoon 16, Kemal Mohammed 13, Yohan Sujoo 2/3) MAYTECH Anthrax won by 7 wickets
Fire Services 40/7 (Clement Neeranjan 3/15, Jeremy Mungroo 2/4) vs Tacarigua Recruits 41/4 (Rajiv Seenath 12, Alvin Bahoo 2/15) Tacarigua Recruits won by 6 wickets
Savannah Boys 54/8 (Nigel Ali 16, Shawn Madoo 15 no, Kevin Ramgarib 2/14) vs Autorama Gunners 55/9 (Dexter Chitlal 2/7, Narendra Seetahal 2/10, Durvijai Shivanan 3/14) Autorama Gunners won by 1 wicket
All in One 60/5 (Mario Peruscini 22, Sheldon Joseph 12, Dave Rambarran 2/11) vs Agostini Limers 50/6 (Dale Jagessar 2/3) All in One won by 10 runs
Game Over 75/7 (Peter Mahase 22, Johnathan Narine 22, Mitch Mootiram 4/18) vs Blood Brothers 36/8 (Nicholas Dathardeen 14, Riad Mohammed 2/4, Sunil Sanasie 4/6) Game Over won by 39 runs
Petite Bourg Progressors 67/8 (James Fraser 23, Desmond Patrick 12, Jerome Nielson 3/18) vs Silver Spurs 68/1 (Travis Karim 30, Jerome Nielson 20 n.o.) Silver Spurs won by 9 wickets
Desert United 59/7 (Falina Jack 24, Diana Ramlogan 2/8, Neeta Boodhai 3/4) vs Victor’s XI 64/4 (Susan Lee Tang 14, Lauren Sakawat 14 n.o.) Victor’s XI won by 6 wickets
Legacy Cricket Club 64 (Ravin Persad 22, Prakash Dookram 11, Jeremy Kowlessar 3/7, Sastri Saisumair 2/17) vs Drunken Masters 52/8 ( Asif Mohammed 18, Richard Siewah 3/9, Jodi Mungroo 2/7) Legacy Cricket Club won by 12 runs
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